Unemployment Drops In Missouri

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(KTVI) - Some good news, Missouri’s jobless rate has dropped to seven point four percent.  But state labor officials say it also means about 9,000 unemployed workers will no longer get extended benefits.  The program's cutoff took effect last Saturday.  It provided for people whose state and federal benefits had been exhausted.

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